Andrés Caballero is a public radio producer, journalist and documentary filmmaker based in New York. He’s currently a producer at NPR's Latino USA and his stories have appeared on NPR’s Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, PBS and other media outlets. He produced The Military Voices series for StoryCorps, about military personnel who served in post-9/11 conflicts. He is a former NPR/Above the Fray fellow, where he reported stories from Cameroon and the Central African Republic. He co-directed Gaucho Del Norte (2015), an observational documentary that follows the journey of a Patagonian immigrant sheepherder recruited to work in the American West. Caballero is also a 2016 MacArthur Documentary Grant recipient for The Interpreters (Mountainfilm 2018) a feature-length documentary he co-directed with Sofian Khan about Iraqi and Afghan interpreters who worked with U.S. forces and are now trying to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of war. Andrés is also on the board of the Americas Media Initiative, an organization that supports independent filmmakers in Cuba.